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Woodland Park Draft Vegetation Management Plan

Address: 1000 N 59th St

Central Woodland Park is a highly valued component of the commonly known “Green Lake” anchor for the Seattle Parks and Recreation System. A quiet respite between the regional attraction of the Woodland Park Zoo and the beloved Green Lake Park it is the upland complement to the Lower Woodland Park Playfields.


Initiating a broad and consistent Vegetation Management Plan specific to the Central Woodland Park is required to conserve this tremendous forest resource for the public to enjoy. This plan would focus on soil repair and root zone protection, risk tree management and the establishment of the next forest tree generation. The Public, Parks Staff, and the leadership of the City of Seattle need to come together and implement the very best strategic plan they can conceive of to insure the wonderful quality of Central Woodland Park for the generations to come.

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Updated April 6, 2011

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